From the Casey Meadows Trail (343) it is approximately 6 miles to Casey Peak. Once you reach the Casey Peak Trail continue about 1.5 miles. This part of the trail has over a dozen switchbacks. There are fabulous views in all directions from the peak that include Helena, East Helena and the valley to the north, Canyon Ferry Lake to the east, Elkhorn Peak to the south, and the Continental Divide to the west.For the more ambitious hiker you may want to take the loop that is approximately 14 miles round-trip and an extra 400-foot elevation gain. To take the loop, return from the peak west to the Montgomery Park Trail 301 to the McClellan Creek Trail 302 back to the Casey meadows/McClellan Creek Trailhead.The length of this trail is 1.5 miles. The trail begins at Trail Junction 301 and ends at Casey Peak. Area maps available are the Helena National Forest Visitor Map, the Elkhorn Mountains Travel and Recreation map, and USGS Map1: Casey Peak, Township 8N; Range 2W; Section 23.
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